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Trigger finger causes are not always readily apparent

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The exact trigger finger causes are not always readily apparent.

Once the tendon in your finger starts getting stuck, the condition usually gets progressively worse.

This can happen in one of three ways:

The constant irritation or friction from the tendon getting stuck can cause the tendon to swell, making it harder for it to fit into the sheath. The sheath is lined with a slick coating called tenosynovium. The irritation from the tendon can cause the lining to become inflamed (swollen), making the sheath narrower. The irritation from the tendon can cause a nodule (a small growth or

Additional information on trigger finger causes can be read about here….

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